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Joyce Foondle (#47772979)
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Headstone Photographs
Hi Joyce,
Thank you for the pictures.
Daniel Conrad
Added by Blackpony on Sep 01, 2014 11:39 PM
Headstone Photographs
Hi Joyce,
Request permission to use your excellent headstone pictures in my family tree.
Thank you,
Daniel Conrad
Added by Blackpony on Aug 17, 2014 10:11 PM
Phil Tobias
Matta M. Gaskill transfer
Joyce, Would you be able to transfer Matta M. Gaskill to me? Her number is 126235393.

I'm her second great grand nephew and I've been looking for her for a long time. I've connected her to her daughter, and would like to do so for her sisters, brother, and parents.


Phil Tobias
Added by Phil Tobias on Aug 06, 2014 4:34 PM
David L Hanford

I was wondering if you are related in any way to the Hanford name? As I am trying to differentiate between two David L Hanford's born in the 1950's. One is the David L Hanford #116584061 you posted and the other is a David Lee Hanford #76380821 buried at Mt Ever-rest Memorial Park South, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Thank you,

Added by Joe on Jun 03, 2014 12:19 PM
Sandra Bowman
RE: Thompson
Yes she is thank you very much,have a great week.
Added by Sandra Bowman on May 20, 2014 6:17 PM
Sandra Bowman
John C. Thompson
Marker at riverside cemetery Hastings, MI. Since you photograph this marker Martha I. Thompson has passed away. Could you please add her name and death year of 2011 to picture. Wife of John C. Thompson
Added by Sandra Bowman on May 04, 2014 7:30 PM
Kelly & Amber
could you please remove your photo of our Uncle Art Aunt Joyce is still living and would like it removed thank you #92331128
Added by Kelly & Amber on Apr 27, 2014 7:43 AM
Katherine (Kathi) White
RE: Edward Bagley #54831527
Thank you Joyce!
It's of no hurry at all. I find tinfoil (shiny side out) works really well to pic up additional info. This family is of no relation to me, but I've committed myself to transcribing the oldest section of Lancaster Rural Cemetery, Erie Co., New York where Edward spent spprox. 30 years. Four of his "young" adult daughters are buried here in a most unusual burial mound that used to be a walk in crypt. Another married dau. is here as well as one adult son and Edward's wife. It appears that Edward went to Michigan after the death of his wife in 1869 to be with his son Jefferson or possibly a daughter Mary Bagley Wickwire. I'll send you via e-mail, a picture of his daughters burial mound as it is most unusual for these parts. I've never seen anything like it! Thank you for your willingness to help. I put in several edits for folks who already have pieces of this family listed so they can all be connected. From one hard-core graver to another - CHEERS! Kathi
Added by Katherine (Kathi) White on Apr 19, 2014 5:40 PM
Katherine (Kathi) White
Edward Bagley #54831527
Hi Joyce,
I've come across the photo you submitted for Edward Bagley's Memorial. Is there any way to determine what the two lines between his birth date and death date say? It appears to contain information on his service in the War of 1812. I believe I just added his wife Phila #128192693 and have connected them as such. Thank you.
Added by Katherine (Kathi) White on Apr 19, 2014 9:38 AM
Joy Hicks bridges, little sister
Brother; lost and found...

THANK YOU SO MUCH for the post for my half brother PFC Earl Smith. I never knew my brother even as he saw me as a baby in Los Angeles, 1952; we had different fathers. He went to live with his father in Michigan at about age 8, along with his twin sister Earline, while our mother reliquished me to my father in Los Angeles. Long story centered on racial differences then, so I never knew my half-siblings and only saw our mother once as a preteen. I found my half-sister about 4 years ago, after 50+ years of wanting to meet her and know my maternal family. Thanks to the internet I eventually achieved the possibility, and gathered genealogical facts. However, it hurts knowing my big brother died at age 19 while serving our Country. I will forever wonder what kind of Big Brother he would have been. And, would he have excepted me unconditionally being our mother was White (his father was White), but my father was Black. I pray he would have embraced me, as I know I would have love him. I visit the Vietnam Vet Wall during summers while visiting my son in D.C., and I am proud to have this contact. I am also happy today in finding his burial headstone. These are the links I have with Earl, and they are special. Thank you for taking the moment to place his resting place on line and linking me with my Big Brother the remainder of my days. Sincerely, Joy! Hicks bridges
Added by Joy Hicks bridges, little... on Mar 29, 2014 5:23 PM
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